Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 6, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Friday, March 6, 1964
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HILLTOP HOME - New custom house of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Templeton is loeafed ot 646 Palo Alto Drive. This Is The Week You can prune acacias after blooming to keep tliem from becoming ungainly. No need to be too bashful with the shears elttier. You can fop-mulch peonies with some kind of humus. You can also plant them now. Important things are: plant with the crown above the ground. Cannas (you can call them Canna Lilies) go in now. Full sun. Check with your California Association of Nurserymen on the dwarf forms. They're great. If you can plant your perennial phlox where it gets plenty of morning sun but noon- .lime shade, happy day, you', time shade, happy day, you'll have the finest color you've ever seen. SOCKS HELP WASHINGTON (UPI) — AU- cotton stretch socks offer a potential market for 50,000 bales of cotton a year, the U. S. Department of Agriculture reports. Decorafive Window Shades • All Kinds • All Styles Always the Newest REDLANDS SHADE SHOP 620 Orange Ph. 792-5807 DINING AREA - Adding 1o the open feeling !n the living room is the dining room which has its own view window. Practical to root plants in water Rooting certain plants in a glass or jar of water is quite practical. , Plants to try this on include I fuchsias, begonias, most ivies, vining philodendrons, colcus and impaticns. Cut stems of these plants into four inch lengths and place them in water half their length. That all there is to it. They will root in a few days and you can plant them out cr in pots. New Temp/efon home commands sweeping view , \ curving drive leads to the Idistinctive new hilltop home of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Templeton at 646 Palo .\lto drive. The house commands a sweeping view of the houses and valley below and the mountains in the distance. Mr. Templeton is manager of the Reentry Vehicles Depart mcnt, Minuteman Program Office of Space Technological ENTICING In planning your wood deck, if you have a large tree as much as thirty or forty feet from your home, try to design the deck so that it reaches out to the tree This will give you a deck with charm and originality. KUITE'S Discount Sales A Service WEEK-END ONLY • SPECIAL • PORTABLE STEREO RADIO PLAYER (With Detachable Speakers and Microphone) Reg. 8149.95 ^1 i.T 519 W. Colton opp. Calhoun Redlands Daily facts Friday. Mar. 6, 1964 - 9 Mrs. Templeton was assisted in the interior decoration of her home by Albert L. Gibboney, iNSID. The sunken formal entertainment area boasts off - white carpeting which complements the nubby te.'ctured draperies that are used on the extensive vistas of glass. Matching chairs covered in a green and black material and natural wood tables with glass Getting rid of ants not easy Getting rid of ants can take considerable ingenuity and will certainly require persistence. First, you have to find the source of the insects. Sometimes considerable detective work is necessary to ferret this out, but close observation of their runs will usually lead to the main burrow. Chlorodane insecticide is the best control material. Purchase it in a form for use on plants because you will probably find them working in several plants. Spray all runways and burrows. Saturate the whole foundation area of buildings and spray all lattice work and other appen- jdages to the buildings, for this insect can gain entry in the most unsuspected manner. Mums easy to root Chrysanthemums may be rooted by cutting tips three or four inches long from stems starting to grow in early spring, about now, and placing them half their length in the ground ro in pots of good soil. Keep them moist but not wet and they will root in a few days. If started during March or be[fore, tJiey will grow on a n d bloom in the following autumn. DIFFERENCES TOLEDO, Ohio (UPI) — In a nationwide survey involving lo,000 families. National Family Opinion, Inc., a consumer re search firm, came up with these facts about breakfast menus: —New Englanders eat more toast and fruit juice for breakfast than anyone else; folks in the Rocky Mountain states drink less coffee; people in the South Definition of hybrid term The term "hybrid" is o f t e n wrongly used as it relates to [plant introductions. This term applies rightly to a plant originating from seeds fertilized by pollen from a different species. If a seedling is produced with pollen from a plant of the same .species, it isn't a hybrid, but is [simply called a "cross," a term shortened from cross-pollinated. For example, a camellia seedling resulting from a cross between two varieitcs of Camellia japonica is simply another variety of CameUia japonica —or a "cross." But a seedling from a pollen exchange between a Ca­ meUia japonica and a CameUia sasanqua is a true "hybrid." Atlantic states eat more eggs; westerners eat more pancakes and waffles. Laboratories at Norton A i r|tops are used in the room A Force Base. The custom home was constructed by Chaves and Michaclis general contractors. A curved walk leads around (lie corner of the home lo Ihe double doored front entry. The walk is composed of alternate I squares of smooth finish and the exposed aggregate concrete. Adding an accent to the exterior frcatmcnt is the extensive use of lava rock around the front doors. Marble with sworls of grcen- tish tones is used in the entry. .Light is added to the spacious [area through the use of a slid- jing glass door that opens to the rear pool and patio. A low stcpdovvn to the left , leads past a planter and intoj I the spacious living room. The ij planter is constructed as part ofi I I the sandstone fireplace which' [has a raised hearth covered I with black slate. j green and gold lamp with a gold shade is atop the music system cabinet. Two small coffee tables with antique gold tops and green bases match the lamp. In the comer of the room between the green toned sectional sofa is a large white ceramic lamp with (Continued on Page 12) FOR... A BEHER SERVICE AT LESS COST... CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING UCENSEO, INSURED 793-2664 After 5 P. M. Coll 794-1789 andscaping FOR THE BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME OF Mr. & Mrs. John A. Templeton Designed, Furnished & Installed By DANGERMOND'S NURSERY 27601 West Redlands Blvd. 792-3885 FREE DELIVERY CLOSED SUNDAYS HAT ® We're building a brand new modern DRIVE-IX! It's going to be reaUy something! Complete looro Car Service for all! Greater Savings than ever before! So much more efficient! Why not drive around soon and see how we're progressing! We'd welcome your interest! Oh, yes! Be sure to watch for our Grand Opening advertisement — coming soon! 60W MEDAL mMR QUALITY DAIRY' 792-4421 <19 New York St. Netr Empire Bow! Our Congratulations to: Mr. & Mrs. John A. Templeton On Their Beautiful New Home CHAVES and MICHAELIS GENERAL CONTRACTORS 244 E. CITRUS AVE. PHONE 793-5430^

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